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Fiat Chrysler Names New Head of Quality

October 29, 2014

Chernoby
Chernoby

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has appointed Mark Chernoby as the head of quality, the automaker has announced.

Chernoby replaces Doug Betts, who left the company "to pursue other interests," according to a statement. Chernoby continues in his role as chief operating officer over product development for Fiat Chrysler.

Betts' departure came Oct. 28, one day after Consumer Reports released a study showing the reliability of each Chrysler brand has declined, reports the Detroit Free Press.

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Chrysler Establishes Vehicle Safety Office

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